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Sins of Narnia

By mnkygurl

Fantasy / Romance

Prologue

Rosaline sat in the library of her home reading. She was 19 years old and an only child. Her mother died giving birth to her and her father was a very important person in this world. Rosaline jumped hearing something behind her. "Caspian!"she said laughing.

"Hello my daughter. Did I scare you?"he said kissing his daughter on the cheek. Rosaline marked her book looking at her father. "Yes. What is it? I thought you were in a meeting?" Rosaline asked as Caspian sat beside her. Caspian looked at her.

"Yes. I was but someone arrived. Rosaline why wont you agree to marry him?"Caspian asked his daughter. Rosaline slammed her book down. "Honey, he only wants the best. Besides you cant have the throne until you have an heir. You know the law. You have to marry. I don have a male heir."Caspian told her.

"But Caspian, there were so many queens that ruled with no man by their side. Look at Queen Lucy and Queen Susan. They never married but look what happened. Those were the best years of Narnia. The Golden Years of Narnia. Please daddy, dont make me marry that...that..that WHITE WITCH FOLLOWER!"Rosaline said to her father being upset.

"ROSALINE MICHELLE SUSAN LUCIAL MARGRET JADE CHRISTINE SEREINTY ROSE KIMBERLY BRIGETTE CASPIAN! YOU KNOW NOT TO CALL ME DADDY! NOW YOUR GONNA MARRY BRADEY AND YOUR GOING TO LIKE IT!" Caspian yelled at his daughte and rushed out of the room in an angry furry. Laving Rosaline in tears. Soon her nurse came in and walked her to her room to get her ready to meet her fiance.

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